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St. Mary the Virgin, Kempsford, Gloucestershire


The church of St. Mary the Virgin is an edifice of stone in the Norman and Perpendicular styles, consisting of chancel with south aisle, lofty nave, and a remarkably fine central tower with pinnacles, containing a clock and 6 bells: the church, which is richly adorned with stained windows, was partially restored and a chancel aisle added in 1858, and the restoration has since been completed during the periods 1885-7 and 1889-91, at a total cost of £2,560: there are about 400 sittings. An acre of land, the gift of the trustees of the Faulkner estate, has been added to the churchyard and inclosed with a wall and railing, put up at the expense of the late John Hampson Jones esq.

Church Records

The register of St. Mary the Virgin dates from the year 1578.

St. Mary the Virgin

Denomination:Church of England